A crusader being dubbed the "green banksy" has been credited for creating a 2 per cent drop in carbon emissions by flicking one switch. After scaling two ten foot barbed wire, electrified fences and eluding CCTV security, the campaigner walked into the power station and shut down the 500MW turbine (enough to power Bristol for a day). He left a banner proclaiming "no more coal", a war cry rallying against E.on's plan to open the first coal- powered station in over 30 years.
Nobody know's who it was, but he must've been mighty brave putting himself on the line like that - how many people have the confidence (audacity?) to get into a power station turbine and know they won't be hurt if they shut it down?